I am using a Cisco 1605 router as a connection for my LAN to connect to the internet via DSL. The router is using NAT for local addressing. On the LAN, there is Windows 2000 server runing Terminal Server. This computer has a static ip address. The router is programmed to pass tcp port 3389 to the Terminal Server using the following command "ip nat inside source static tcp 192.168.36.3 3389 X.X.X.X 3389". The public ip address is masked for security purposes.
1. I can access the Terminal Server from remote location with a DSL connection that use static ip addressing supplied by the ISP.
2. I cannot access the Terminal Server from remote location with a DSL connections that use dynamic ip addressing supplied by the ISP.
3. The remote locations with DSL that use dynamic ip addressing can access the terminal server when I setup a simple DSl router, Linksys BEFSR41, to do the NAT.
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